Toronto vs Philadelphia Union

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(HT 0 - 0)

J. Osorio 66'
J. McInerney 90'+
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Toronto FC 1-1 Philadelphia Union: Dire Union saved by late Jack McInerney goal

By Keith Hickey
Jun 1, 2013 8:00:00 PM
The 20-year-old phenom scored his league-leading 10th goal of the season to save a point for Philly.TORONTO -- Jack McInerney is at it again. One day after being called into the U.S. national team squad for the first-ever time, the 20-year-old scored an equalizer in stoppage to salvage a 1-1 draw for the Philadelphia Union against Toronto FC.

Toronto's Doneil Henry was sent off in the 41st minute. He had been carrying a yellow card from an earlier back-and-forth with Union keeper Zac MacMath, and was shown a second after a tackle on Danny Cruz.

Jonathon Osorio scored for TFC in the 66th minute. Catching the Union defense sleeping, Jeremy Brockie curled in a cross from the end line and found Osorio. Leaping, he beat Amobi Okugo to the ball and slammed home a powerful header past MacMath.

McInerney equalized in stoppage time. Hanging back from a corner kick, he collected a clearing header and rifled a shot into the far low corner to make it 1-1 and steal a largely undeserved point.